The word disability is a noun. Disability means (1) the condition of being unable to perform as a consequence of physical or mental unfitness.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word disability.
Visit this disabilities and special needs products retailer directory to find disabilities and special needs product retailers in the USA. The illustration on this web page depicts a wheelchair.
The mission of the CDC, located in Atlanta, Georgia, is to promote health and quality of life by preventing and controlling disease, injury, and disability. It has been in existence since 1946. The CDC tracks emerging diseases around the world, environmental threats, and lifestyle choices such as smoking. Information about the CDC, its projects, news, and other information is on their web site.
This is the official website of the U.S. Social Security Administration. On it, users can apply for cards, check social security records, check and plan for retirement, find information about Medicare, check on disability benefits, widow and widower benefits, and more. There is also a news section, a link to a site that discusses the future of social security, forms and publications, and more.
The following articles provide recent disability-related news.
Leonardo da Vinci left the Mona Lisa unfinished because he gravely injured his arm while fainting, a new study argues.The cause of the renaissance artist's disability has been debated by art historians for centuries, and in ...
New Zealand Herald. Wednesday, 08 May 2019 10:14:49 +1200.
Holly Sortland explains why using mobility aids and equipment for Ehlers-Danlos syndrome is helping her enjoy a better quality of life, but it requires she be more open about her condition.
Yahoo. Sunday, 28 Apr 2019 17:54:07 -0400.
'I wanna be with you everywhere' performing arts festival was curated by disabled artists and writers for the disability community.
By Sarah Kim, Contributor. Forbes. Friday, 26 Apr 2019 20:35:00 +0000.
President Donald Trump's proposed cuts to a number of programs supporting people with disabilities is "not only unjust but also fiscally foolish," according to former GOP Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge.
Newsmax. Wednesday, 17 Apr 2019 20:08:47 EDT.